Depression Counselling in Regina, SK.

Leading therapy for major depression, bipolar, postpartum depression, SAD and mood disorders in Regina, Saskatchewan.


Chuck Lowery, B.A. (ADV. PSYCH.), M.A.
Depression Counsellor

Chuck Lowery, B.A. (ADV. PSYCH.), M.A.

Professional Clinical Counselor

55 MICHENER DRIVE-Suite 103, Regina, Saskatchewan S4V 0L1 | 306-205-4160

DEPRESSION IS ALSO RELATED TO GRIEF AND LOSS EVENTS. IT CAN BE SHORT-LIVED, OR HANG AROUND AND INTERFERE WITH YOUR LIFE AND THOSE YOU LOVE. DEPRESSION CAN BE TREATED CHEMICALLY IF NEED BE, BUT ALL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS WOULD RECOMMEND COUNSELLING FOR SUPPORT. I AM HERE TO LISTEN TO YOU AND I CARE. TOGETHER WE CAN FIND A PLAN FOR HEALTHIER LIVING TO IMPROVE YOUR OVER-ALL WELL-BEING.

Elisabeth Scheepers, Ph.D.
Depression Counsellor

Elisabeth Scheepers, Ph.D.

Registered Clinical Counsellor and Professional Coach

2710 Angus Boulevard, Regina, Saskatchewan S4T 2A7 |

Many people if not most, will experience a period in their life during which they feel depressed. They lose interest in what used to be important or fun to them. Scheepers can assist people in identifying the relationships between thinking and feeling and behavior and can offer tools and resources to help clients toward feeling hopeful that they, just like so many others, can feel happy again.

Cindy Werner, M.Div., M.Couns.
Depression Counsellor

Cindy Werner, M.Div., M.Couns.

Bereavement & Trauma Counsellor

1440 Fleury Street, Regina, Saskatchewan S4N 5B1 | 306-580-3885

Depression is often times a silent struggle. It can be isolating and unfortunately remains stigmatized and misunderstood by society today. I have had clients say to me, "My partner thinks I should just be able to just buck-up but I can't! What is wrong with me?" If depression is a part of your life, you know that its' treatment is not simply "bucking-up." Often times there is a chemical imbalance and/or stressful life circumstances that is making it difficult for you to cope. This does not mean you are weak or flawed in any way. For example, if you had a thyroid condition, you wouldn't think it was "your fault" but yet with depression we do. You don't need to be alone in this.

Noreen McGratten, BSW, RSW, MC, CCC
Depression Counsellor

Noreen McGratten, BSW, RSW, MC, CCC

Registered Social Worker; Certifed Canadian Counsellor

North West Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan S4X 2P7 | 306-535-8677

Depression is often experienced like being in a dark place and even day to day activities become major challenges. In counselling one can become aware of the ‘inner critic’ that feeds negative thoughts that fuel depression. Once aware of this it is possible to challenge those negative messages and explore new more realistic and positive messages. Recognizing how much our thoughts influence how we feel allows one to work toward changing the story we tell ourselves to one that does not feed depression.

Bev Wolfe, MSW, RSW
Depression Counsellor

Bev Wolfe, MSW, RSW

Registered Social Worker

2152 Rose Street, Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 2A4 | 306-531-9812

Depression can be debilitating and isolating. It can be a very dark place to be. To begin, I want to make sure you do not have an undiagnosed medical issue where depression is a symptom through a medical assessment. As well, I will frequently check in with you to ensure you are keeping yourself safe always. Connection is essential to our overall well-being. We need to feel accepted, in a trusting and comfortable context. We will explore the potential roots of your depression by way of trauma, past abuse, etc. If it's too painful to go there, we will use Focusing to heal through visualization. It is important to me that your journey through depression be gentle and on your terms.

Myrna Pitzel Bazylewski, BA MSW RSW
Depression Counsellor

Myrna Pitzel Bazylewski, BA MSW RSW

Registered Social Worker

Broadway Centre 1440 Broadway Ave., REGINA, Saskatchewan S4P 1E2 | 306 519-7360

In counseling individuals who are depressed, I find asking what they think their life would be like without the depression can help to find some goals they want to work towards. I also find that teaching about how feelings are affected by our thoughts and behaviors helps to develop a sense of control over the depression. Instead of spending time trying to figure out why a person is depressed, I take a here and now view of what the person wants and what are they doing to get what they want, is it working and do they want to find another way. I do this in my own life when I feel stuck and it does work!!

Lola Miller, MAMFC, APC, CCPS
Depression Counsellor

Lola Miller, MAMFC, APC, CCPS

Cert Clinical Partner Spclst

2114 College Ave Regina or 4 Diamond Road , Emerald Park, Saskatchewan S4P 1C5 | 306-527-3238

Up to half of mental illness can be categorized as depression and usually requires identification of triggering factors, many of which may have combined over a lifetime. Treatment will depend on how it developed and may be in concert with a psychiatrist for medical care. Common reasons for depression are: repressed anger, faulty thinking, trauma or grief. Are sexual misconduct or addictions part of your life? We identify when and why your anger was repressed, change faulty thinking, process trauma and grief from a safe distance, place appropriate boundaries in your life and express any anger with dignity and compassion. This enables new thought patterns or beliefs and disarms depression.

Adrie-Anne Gamble, MA, CCC, CPC
Depression Counsellor

Adrie-Anne Gamble, MA, CCC, CPC

Canadian Certified Counsellor

Private Office, Regina, Saskatchewan S4R 3C3 | 3065405841

If you are struggling with depression, I invite you to come as you are. We will explore the biological factors, trauma history, current life stressors and stuck points that may be triggering feelings or patterns of hopelessness. I compassionately work with you to challenge thoughts and emotions that commonly fuel depression. By working work with you to learn new skills and solve current problems, my hope is that you will see successful outcomes.

Mary Ross, M.Ed., Registered Psychologist
Depression Counsellor

Mary Ross, M.Ed., Registered Psychologist

Registered Psychologist

#310 2445 13th Ave. (Franciscan Place), Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 1W0 | 306-522-2272

Depression can be very immobilizing and disheartening. I work encouragingly with clients who are depressed to help them to understand what current and past factors have contributed to their depression. I provide tools for clients to take action against the depression, to learn to think in different ways that that are more positive and that will alleviate the depression. I help them to learn how to take care of themselves and to gain control of their lives and have hope.

Maureen Martens, BFA, B.Ed, MA, CPC, CCAC, ICADC,
Depression Counsellor

Maureen Martens, BFA, B.Ed, MA, CPC, CCAC, ICADC,

Certified Professional Counsellor

346 EAST College Ave., Regina, Saskatchewan S4N 0V8 | 306-789-8299

Maureen utilizes a number of useful approaches to address the faulty thinking, emotional upheaval, poor concentration, low productivity, relationship issues and other difficulties associated with the debilitating effects of depression. Depending on the severity of depression, there are some clients who may benefit from pharmaceuticals in which case they will need to consult with a qualified doctor who can diagnose and prescribe to address the chemical imbalance.

Anne Penniston Gray, BA (Psych), BSW, MSW, RSW (SK)
Depression Counsellor

Anne Penniston Gray, BA (Psych), BSW, MSW, RSW (SK)

Counsellor, Registered Social Worker

3018 Doan Drive, Regina, Saskatchewan S4V 1M1 | 306.531.6738

Depression can be caused by life events as well as be part of normal life for some people. When depressions hits it can be a struggle to even reach out for assistance but seeing a counsellor can make a big difference to how you feel. Having someone to process events and sort out your thoughts with is a positive step that can result in a significant reduction of distress. We can work together to examine your thoughts as they can have a big impact on how you feel, change those thought patterns and self talk and develop strategies to create an on-going practice of self-care.

Cristina Dumitrescu, MEd, R.Psych.
Depression Counsellor

Cristina Dumitrescu, MEd, R.Psych.

Registered Psychologist

2445 13th Avenue, suite # 310, Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 0W1 | 306 551 1861

Cristina uses a mindfulness approach in treating depression. Her holistic approach, paying attention to cognitive, emotional, behavioral and physical components of healing, increases the effectiveness of treatment for depression. You will learn strategies that you will be able to use between sessions and after the therapy ends. You will be able to cope better with future depressive episodes.

Beve Gardner, MA, CPCA, MPCC #3519
Depression Counsellor

Beve Gardner, MA, CPCA, MPCC #3519

Registered Clinical Counsellor

Lebell and Associates 2114 College Ave, Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 1C5 | 306-359-6111

Depression can consume your life or just make life no fun anymore. Whether you have severe or mild, situational or chronic depression counselling can give you tools to help you control your life and stop feeling helpless and overwhelmed. A holistic approach is an important factor when managing depression. Get help you do not have to feel this way forever.



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